The single entered the NME charts on July 18th 64 at no. 15, up to 11 for three weeks, down to 15, 18, 29. A real setback compared to the preceeding hits. It did better in Melody Maker where it went (at least) to no. 6. Mersey Beat Magazine had it's own charts (see left)
|A-side was sung by Mike Pender with Chris
harmonizing, B-side, written by Chris, features shared lead vocals by Chris
Spencer Leigh was the only one who ever
interviewed Chris Curtis since the 60s. Spencer admits that he doesn't "go
for" SOME DAY... Chris answered: "Well, DustySpringfield went for it ...
We'd been working in the ice-rink at Blackpool and we had to fly back ...
for the session. ... We flew down in the night, recorded in the morning ...
I thought it was a good intro and the harmony is so high, it's like Graham
UK releases, including a single with a wrong tittle: YOU instead of ME, which was also used in many countries, see below
above: Australian single, below the obe from Canada
The b-side was a Chris Curtis compostion and sung by him together with Mike. A nice ballad. Read what Spencer Leigh and Chris said about this song in an interview from April 13th 2003:
SL initially said
CC was innovative on adding drum sounds to the records, not totally sure I
agree there, but CC said he was always adding little things, to give an
example “No One Could Love Me” the “B” side of ”Some Day We’re Gonna Love
Again” was played, in which it was explained that a basic drum track was
laid down and then after listening to playback, CC added castanets and
Spanish bells, in fairness if you listen to this track, it works
above: Cover from Israel and an article from DISC below: USA
below: Releases from Holland
left and below: German single
|Some Day / No One Else were also available on an EP which came out after the success of When You Walk In The Room.|
SOME DAY... turned out to be Tony's last Searchers single. In August 64 he left after being squeezed out of the group especially by Chris who didn't like Tony from the beginning. May be he already intended to get Frank Allen who was a close friend of his since the days in Hamburg.